Porto Itapoá makes emergency investments in health infrastructure in the region and in the municipality to combat the pandemic
Porto Itapoá records an hourly movement record
Porto Itapoá consolidates itself as a reference terminal for project cargo, by carrying out another Break Bulk operation.
On August 24th, Porto Itapoá received two Break Bulk cargoes for export, two boats measuring 50 feet each, in all there were two days of operation. The boats arrived by sea at around 10 am, together with the SEA LINE team that accompanied the entire operation, the speedboats were successfully removed from the sea and placed on the pier successfully, efficiently and safely awaiting their Northern Magnum boarding ship from the shipowner Hapag-Lloyd, which would arrive on the 4th of September. The positioning operation on the ship took place from 3 pm, where both were positioned on the ship and left for Florida in the United States, carrying out yet another highly complex operation, carried out by Porto Itapoá.